Contour Projector Supplement

CALL 800-863-1184 Toll-free for Technical Assistance

Please read all the instructions in this supplement before proceeding with the installation. This fixture is intended for installation in accordance with the National Electric Codes regulations. To prevent electric shock, turn off electricity at the fuse box before proceeding. These instructions are designed as a general overview and guide for a typical installation. Retain these instructions for future needs and maintenance reference.

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PHANTOM™ CONTOUR PROJECTOR
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

Your Phantom™ Contour Projector has been shipped pre-assembled for your convenience. Should you need to disassemble the projector for any reason, please follow these simple step by step instructions?

DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

1. Holding the projector in your lap or set it on a table with TAPERED FRONTAL CONE (7) facing down
2. Remove BACK CAP (21)
3. Disconnect SOCKET (not shown) from MR16 lamp (18)
4. While pressing down on lamp gently, Remove LAMP RETAINER RING (20)
5. Remove LAMP SPACER (19), LAMP (18) and LAMP SPRING (14)
6. Remove BACK CONDENSER RETAINER (16)

7. Remove BACK CONDENSER TUBE (10)
8. Remove BACK CONDENSER SPACER (13)
9. While holding lenses carefully with your fingers turn projector over and gently remove both CONDENSER LENSES (11) and (12)
10. Remove Allen head stainless steel screws from TAPERED FRONTAL CONE (7) and MASKING RING (8)
11. Remove (2-4) Philips head stainless steel screws from FRONT CONDENSER RETAINER (9)

ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

1. Place PROJECTOR BODY (15) on level surface with taped holes facing up.
2. Install FRONT CONDENSER RETAINER (9) into PROJECTOR BODY (15) and attach using Philips flat head stainless steel screws.
NOTE: See Template section on bottom of page 3 for correct orientation of screws in relation to stainless steel mounting posts and masking method selected.3. Install MASKING RING (8) and TAPERED FRONTAL CONE (7) using Allen head stainless steel screws and finger tighten for shutters and/or tighten completely for custom template with Allen wrench.
4. Holding the projector in your hand with TAPERED FRONTAL CONE (7) facing downward, gently insert PLANO CONVEX CONDENSER LENS (11) with flat side towards the front of the projector against FRONT CONDENSER RETAINER (9). Do not drop the lens or lenses as they will break or chip.

5. Gently insert DOUBLE CONVEX CONDENSING LENS (12) against PLANO CONVEX CONDENSING LENS (11) curve to curve. Do not drop the lens or lenses as they will break or chip.
6. Insert CONDENSER SPACER (13) with pin-hole side towards LAMP (18). Align vent holes with FRONT CONDENSER RETAINER (9) to prevent fogging of lenses.
7. Insert BACK CONDENSER TUBE (10) onto FRONT CONDENSER RETAINER (9)
8. Insert BACK CONDENSER RETAINER (16) and turn clockwise until engaged into PROJECTOR BODY (15)
9. Insert LAMP SPRING (14), OPTIONAL UV LENS (17), MR16/FO LAMP (18), and LAMP SPACER (19) into position.
10. While pressing down on MR16/FO lamp gently, install LAMP RETAINER RING (20) and turn clockwise until engaged on BACK CONDENSER RETAINER (16)
11. Connect to MR16 LAMP (19) to SOCKET (not shown)
12. Install BACK CAP (21) to PROJECTOR BODY (15)

PHANTOM™ CONTOUR PROJECTOR
SELECTING FOCAL LENSES

FORMULA
(Standard 75fl Lenses)

Painting Size
(60″H x 50″W x 36″ from Ceiling)

C = Distance from ceiling to top of art
D = Distance from wall

C + 1/2 of art height + 6″ = D

Example
36″ + 20″ + 6″ = 72″ or 6′ back from wall
Your circle of light on the wall will be 63″ Approximately 43 foot candles of light*

*See grey shaded area in photo metrics chart

CHOOSING BEAM SPREADS

Each Phantom Lighting kit contains one 39mm focal cone, two 75fl, 39mm focal lenses, two PVC lens spacers and one lens retainer clip. Optional 150fl, 39mm lenses are available for long throws that require a very tight field of light and sharp focus.

Note: Consult factory at 800-863-1184 should you need assistance selecting a beam pattern or to solve issues related to poor focus. You can also contact your local lighting representative for immediate assistance.

VERY NARROW BEAM SPREAD (VNB)
Lens, thick spacer, thin spacer, lens, focal lens clip
NARROW BEAM SPREAD (NB)
Lens, thick spacer, lens, focal lens clip
WIDE BEAM SPREAD (WB)
Lens, thin spacer, lens, focal lens clip
VERY WIDE BEAM SPREAD (VWB)
Lens, lens, focal lens clip

OPTIMIZE BEAM SPREAD

When selecting a lens combination or beam spread, the objective of the installation is to cover the art with the smallest circle of light. Of course, the top corners of the art are your main concern and will dictate the field size as shown in the illustration. It is always best to test before mounting the housing if the art is available. If the art is gone or undetermined, use paper or cardboard taped to the wall to verify your selection. The optimum aiming angle is 45 degrees to the center of the art, and may be adjusted for jobsite conditions, frame shadow, or glare.

SHUTTER SPECIFICATIONS

Your Phantom optical framing projector comes with 3 different shutter assemblies. Each shutter assembly is specially designed to compliment a particular beam configuration by adjusting the light to follow the curvature of the lens. This allows for clean, straight lines, regardless of the aiming angle. Combination of different shutters can be used to handle unique situations. Note: Longhorn shutter should be used only when projector body interferes with mounting cradle on long throws, prohibiting installation or proper adjustment.

NARROW BEAM SHUTTERS

This set of (4) shutters is used for narrow beam applications and can be identified by rounded finger tabs.

WIDE BEAM SHUTTERS

This set of (4) shutters is used for wide beam applications and can be identified by square finger tabs.

VERY WIDE BEAM SHUTTERS

This set of (4) shutters is used for very wide beam applications and can be identified by indented and rounded finger tabs.

OVERSIZED BEAM SPREADS

An oversized painting can be accommodated by using two Contour Projectors, mounted at oblique angles. NOTE: For best results remove one shutter blade from each projector to allow light from both projectors to overlap and softly fade. Otherwise, a sharp image may appear on light colored objects that are undesirable.

PROJECTORS OPEN SHUTTERS

PROJECTORS ADJUSTED SHUTTERS

CHECKING FOR GLARE

To check varnish glare, use your projector or a bright flashlight and a second person to determine where the best location is. Sometimes the projector will be off center of art for best results from viewing angle. Depending on the position of art you may not succeed in eliminating objectionable glare.

STANDARD 75 FOCAL LENGTH LENSES
DISTANCE TO OBJECT

2′ 3′ 4′ 6′ 8′ 10′
Beam
Spread
Spot
Size
(IN)
FC Spot
Size
(IN)
FC Spot
Size
(IN)
FC Spot
Size
(IN)
FC Spot
Size
(IN)
FC Spot
Size
(IN)
FC
43° 20 456 30 186 42 99 63 43 75 24 107 14
58° 26 269 44 121 53 70 71 33 106 18 120 12
67° 31 206 47 96 62 55 102 25 128 14 156 9
77° 47 117 70 52 91 30 120 14 154 8 190 5

CUSTOM 150 FOCAL LENGTH LENSES
DISTANCE TO OBJECT

2′ 3′ 4′ 6′ 8′ 10′
Beam
Spread
Spot
Size
(IN)
FC Spot
Size
(IN)
FC Spot
Size
(IN)
FC Spot
Size
(IN)
FC Spot
Size
(IN)
FC Spot
Size
(IN)
FC
31° 11 1850 18 840 27 200 38 150 53 75 67 42
32° 12 1300 19 450 30 150 39 120 55 55 70 34
35° 13 1100 22 420 32 135 43 100 61 50 79 31
36° 14 1000 23 384 33 129 46 91 63 49 81 30

MASKING OPTIONS

ADJUSTABLE METAL SHUTTERS

Each Phantom Projector comes with three different shutter assemblies that are specially designed to compliment a particular beam configuration by adjusting the light to follow the curvature of the lens. This allows for clean, straight lines, regardless of the aiming angle.

METAL CONFINEMENT SLIDE

A Brass Metal Slide is used on custom cut templates that contour the light to multiple or irregular objects such as sculptures. To illuminate multiple objects on the same wall they must be installed in a collage format. Check out our gallery for images of the Phantom Contour Projector in action.

TRANSFORMERS

ELECTRONIC WIRING INSTRUCTIONS

Hatch® electronic transformers are standard on all Phantom Contour Projectors. This transformer has a built in safety device and is designed to power down or shut off in the event of a short in the system. The BLACK and WHITE wires represent the supply voltage or input voltage to the transformer. The two RED wires represent the output voltage or 12 volt AC output going to the fixture. Other input voltages such as 220, 240 and 277 are available as an option as well as 50 Hz models available for our European customers.

MAGNETIC WIRING INSTRUCTIONS

The Q-Tran® magnetic transformers with built in thermal protector are optional on all Phantom Contour Projectors. This transformer has a built choke coil to reduce noise levels to about 17db which is well below audible levels of 26db. Dual input voltages of 115V and 120V for extending lamp life. The RED and WHITE wires provide 115 volts to the transformer. The BLACK and WHITE wires provide 120 volts to the transformer. The two BLUE wires represent the output voltage or 12 volt AC output going to the fixture. Other input voltages are available for 220, 240, 277 and 50 Hz models for European customers in large quantities by special order only.

MR16 LAMP

The Contour Projector is designed to use a special Ushio JCR12V-75W/FO MR16 halogen fiber optic lamp for optimal performance and light uniformity. Use of any other lamp, without the same characteristics as the Ushio, will result in unsatisfactory results. Consult the factory at 800-863-1184 for questions or to order replacement lamps.